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A not incredibly disturbed/sad/despaired Anrak, yay!

Thank you all for your messages last week, they are very appreciated. I still need to reply to some, because I kinda dropped the conversations midway. I blame both "Breath of the Wild" and Netflix for this. Also baking cake for work, that consumed some time. (It was a marvellous cake, though!)

Since last week I've also managed to find a solution to the front page issue. Sometimes whining and venting about something leads to the easy solution one should've seen from the start. There was also a suggestion to use tiny flags in that button - I'll work on that, 'cause it's a good idea!

And it's also that time of the year: Comics of the Week. If you read other SpiderForest comics, you might've seen these flying around already. Basically each week another set of comics will be highlighted by collective members. Starting with:


Sombulus by Christina Major- Sombulus is a world-hopping adventure about a curious tinkerer who talks to machines, a magical scavenger, and a zealous paladin. Together, they travel the Myriad Worlds, leaving each place a little more weird than the last!


Cosmic Fish by Eliana Falcon - Rejected and hunted down by the planetary guardians, Acantha and her monstrous kind have taken it upon themselves to solve the mystery of their origins and find their place in the universe they are forced to call home.


Castoff by Star Prichard - Vector always dreamed of traveling. He got kidnapped instead. Now, with the help of a short-tempered bounty hunter, a happy-go-lucky cartographer, and many more unlikely friends, he has to try to make it home in one piece.